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  1. Yeah W3Schools is that and a bag of chips... If you'd like I would suggest to you some other websites you'd like if you liked this one.http://www.htmldog.com/http://alistapart.com/http://developer.mozilla.org/http://developer.apple.com/internet/webcontentThese sites are on my list of good sites on my website and should be useful to anybody.
  2. I'm pretty sure you can do it with CSS. Try looking on the CSS documentation for something on frames. It might be there.
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    I have a q...

    <a>, <img>, and <script> aren't formatting, are they?
  4. Oh yes, don't forget to use Google too. ^^
  5. I think that is your problem. Take up the problem with your company's IT department..?
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    XML Templete

    I suggest you use XML Schema, it's easiest.
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    XML Data Islands

    XML tags in html documents are invalid as far as I know. They are also Microsoft proprietary. That is why Firefox doesn't support them. Also Opera has full XML support, more than Firefox I think. Firefox didn't have XSLT until a year ago. It's IE that has the crappy XML support. No XSLT and many other things.
  8. Use server side. It's the only way I know you can do it.
  9. Make sure your server is serving the documents as xml still.
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    Rounded corners

    Woah, that is awesome. I will be using this all the time now!
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    VBScript or JavaScript

    Javascript. VBScript is DEAD.
  12. What is the point of this certification?
  13. Percentages are the way to do it.
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    transparency

    Wow, thanks for using the search button. http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.ph...wtopic=1373&hl=
  15. That's the idea... That's also why Open Source products come out faster. IE 6 took 2 years to develop, Netscape 6 or so took 3 years. Firefox took 1 maybe.
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